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Love this site! have gotten a lot of usefull info from here for my 62. was wondering if any one knows where i could get the top chrome piece for my wrap around rear window.... still have bottom chrome but some genius took the top out....
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Welcome to FTE

There is a right and left upper moulding.

C1TB-6642430-A .. Right Upper Back Glass Moulding / Obsolete

C1TB-6642431-A .. Left Upper Back Glass Moulding / Obsolete

Applications: 1961/63 Uni Custom Cab with wrap around back glass.

No FoMoCo Dealer or obsolete parts vendor has either side and AFAIK, these mouldings are reproduced.
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thanks a bunch! oe part numbers are always helpfull! thought it was all one piece but thats what i get for looking at nuthin but rubber lol dang chrome stealers any way. found a glass place here that will redo the window seal for 100 for me but definitely want all the trim so this is a good start!
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thanks a bunch! oe part numbers are always helpfull! thought it was all one piece but thats what i get for looking at nuthin but rubber lol dang chrome stealers any way. found a glass place here that will redo the window seal for 100 for me but definitely want all the trim so this is a good start!
The back glass weatherstrip is reproduced by Dennis Carpenter (in the US of A). It's 1961/63 Custom Cab Uni only with wrap around back window.

Not the same as Uni w/o mouldings, not the same as non Uni's. Carpenter's part number: C1TZ-6642084 @ $65.00.

Call DC @ 800-476-9653, order a free 1957/66 Ford truck repro parts catalog. W/strip listed on page 89.
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thanks a bunch! oe part numbers are always helpfull! thought it was all one piece but thats what i get for looking at nuthin but rubber lol dang chrome stealers any way. found a glass place here that will redo the window seal for 100 for me but definitely want all the trim so this is a good start!
What part of Washington state are you in, there is a 62 F250 Unibody with the big back window right around the corner from my store in Spokane. Looks like it's been sitting there for years, body is pretty beat (looks like it was hit in the RR) but I believe the trim is there. No "For Sale" signs on it but you never know.
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OO!! half an hour from spokompton. noticed a red one yesterday over off the new freeway too! have got dibs on a original tailgate, replacement bed, spare bed walls and a front window from a friend, but still need the chrome piece, the door innards for the passenger side, would like a non cut up instrument panel and a bench seat.... they put a big electric bench in mine that looks hideous and i hit the steering column and turn signal w my knee everytime i clutch lol
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The back glass weatherstrip is reproduced by Dennis Carpenter (in the US of A). It's 1961/63 Custom Cab Uni only with wrap around back window.

Not the same as Uni w/o mouldings, not the same as non Uni's. Carpenter's part number: C1TZ-6642084 @ $65.00.

Call DC @ 800-476-9653, order a free 1957/66 Ford truck repro parts catalog. W/strip listed on page 89.
lol already have that catalogue and planned on using it. like mac's catalogue too (better than lmc but thats because ive dealt w mac's before for my marauder) tysvm for all the help!! wish i could sit down w u and pick ur brain for awhile lol
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Great Idea for a Separate Uni Forum

A very good idea since that helps me focus where my interests are.

Thanks

Here are few picks of the Marauder F-100

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Nice way to start.
How about some front views?

But then you can do that in a thread on your truck.
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How do you start a thread on your truck?

I am new here and do not quite know what you mean

Just post a thread on the build?

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Thank You! As a first time owner of a ford unibody I am looking forward to getting some help with my 63 project!
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Glad I found this site. I am the new owner of a 62 Uni with 292. The old owner did a restore but didn't touch anything under the hood. I will definately be tapping all your brains for info and how to's.
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First timer as well

Cool site I am excited to post pics of my 62' I bought for $500 dedicating the build to a good friend that passed who built a 56' chevy rat rod. Mine was tailgate-less as well so I'm using an old coca-cola cooler door that was the perfect width. Waiting on my donor 300 inline 6 to get out of the machine shop but I need some advice on making the swap from the 223 if anyone has done this.
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I appreciate the new forum

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Here it is guys! A new forum dedicated to just our Uni's!
Let's make this a great forum! Post away and get this thing started!!!
I really like the idea of this new forum, I know Number dummy is really busy with all his advice and I appreciate the time and effort he puts in, he has helped me out several times. But I like being able to go right to the things that pertain to me the most.
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